[XML-SIG] Functional interface to XML?
Mon, 15 Feb 1999 15:37:14 -0600
We are currently working on an XSL processor that sits ontop of 4DOM which
inturn sites ontop of sax. It does not fire events in the sax fashion,
but will return a DOM tree of formatting objects, when given a XML DOM
tree with xml-stylesheet processing instructions.
4XSL is currently in the pre-alpha versions, and we hope to have a beta
release in a couple of weeks. If anyone is interested, I can tar up the
latest code and make it available. Just let me know.
Lars Marius Garshol wrote:
> * Cees de Groot
> | I've been wondering weither something functional/stylesheet-ish
> | exists on top of Python's XML stuff.
> Only saxutils.mllib, as far as I know. And that's basically just a
> reimplementation of the xmllib interface on top of SAX.
> Something that uses CSS selectors or XSL patterns to fire actions
> would be nice, but does not currently exist. I've always been thinking
> about writing something easier to use on top of SAX, but have never
> been able to find the time so far. (Or had sufficient need of it.)
> | [Code snipped]
> | Is this a sensible way to process XML in Python?
> Yes, I definitely think so.
> --Lars M.
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